Andrew Haughwout

Andrew Haughwout

Vice President and Function Head
Microeconomic Studies Function
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10045

Phone (212) 720-2685
Fax (212) 720-1844
andrew.haughwout@ny.frb.org

Publications

The Financial Crisis at the Kitchen Table: Trends in Household Debt and Credit
With Meta Brown, Donghoon Lee, and Wilbert van der Klaauw
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Current Issues in Economics, Volume 19, Number 2, April 2013

The Recession's Impact on the State Budgets of New York and New Jersey
With Richard Deitz and Charles Steindel
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Current Issues in Economics and Finance Second District Highlights, Volume 16, Number 6, June/July 2010

The Homeownership Gap
With Richard Peach and Joseph Tracy
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Current Issues in Economics and Finance, Volume 16, Number 5, May 2010

Subprime Mortgage Pricing: The Impact of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender on the Cost of Borrowing PDF
With Christopher Mayer and Joseph Tracy
Brookings-Wharton Papers on Urban Affairs, August 2009
47 pages / 299 kb

Further Observations on the Economic Effects on New York City of the Attack on the World Trade Center PDF
With James Orr and Jason Bram,
Berkeley Electronic Press: Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy,July 2009
22 pages / 515 kb

Below the Line: Estimates of Negative Equity among Nonprime Borrowers PDF
With Ebiere Okah,
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Economic Policy Review,July 2009
28 pages / 135 kb

How Should the Suburbs Help their Central City? PDF
With Robert Inman,
Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science,January 2009
38 pages / 331 kb

Juvenile Delinquent Mortgages: Bad Credit or Bad Economy? PDF
With Richard Peach and Joseph Tracy
Journal of Urban Economics,September 2008
37 pages / 185 kb

The Price of Land in the New York Metropolitan Area
With James Orr and David Bedoll
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Current Issues in Economics and Finance, April/May 2008

Economic Resilience, Fiscal Resilience and Federalism: Evidence from 9-11 PDF
With Howard Chernick
Catastrophes, Public Policy and Real Estate,March 2006
46 pages / 650 kb

Advantages of Central Cities: The Economic Case for Regional Cooperation in Greater New York City PDF
With Michael L. Lahr
March 2006
19 pages / 66 kb

Revenue Implications of New York City's Tax System
With J. Edgerton and R. Rosen
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Current Issues, Volume 10, Number 4, April 2004

Institutions, Tax Structure and State-Local Fiscal Stress
With J. Edgerton and R. Rosen
National Tax Journal57(1), pp. 147-158

Land Taxation in New York: A General Equilibrium AnalysisPDF
Urbank Issues and Public Finance: Essays in Honor of Dick Netzer,Amy Ellen Schwartz, ed., London: Edward Elgar 2004
32 pages / 86 kb

Local Revenue Hills: Evidence from Four US CitiesPDF
With Robert Inman, Steven Craig and Thomas Luce
Review of Economics and Statistics86(2), pp.570-585
45 pages / 1.2 mb
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NBER Working PaperNo. 9686, April 2003

Trade and Tax Policy: Lessons from American Regions
Tax Policy, Banca d'Italia Public Finance Workshop Papers2003

Neighborhood Revitalization in New York City in the 1990sPDF
With Jason Bram, Jesse Edgerton, Yigal Gelb, James Orr and Margaret McConnell
Sustainable Community Development: What Works, What Doesn't, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System2003

Has September 11 Affected New York City's Growth Potential?
With Jason Bram and James Orr
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Economic Policy Review,Vol. 8, No. 2, November 2002

Should Suburbs Help their Central City?
With Robert Inman
Brookings-Wharton Papers on Urban Affairs,2002
See also ››
Previous version available herePDF
77 pages / 1.1 mb

Public Infrastructure Investments, Productivity and Welfare in Fixed Geographic Areas
Journal of Public Economics,Vol. 83, March 2002, pp. 405-425
See also ››
Federal Reserve Bank of NY Staff Reports, 104, May 2000

Infrastructure and Social Welfare in Metropolitan America
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Economic Policy Review,Vol. 7, No. 3, December 2001, pp. 1-16

Fiscal Policy in New York and New Jersey: 1977-97
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Current Issues in Economics and Finance: Second District Highlights. Vol. 7, No.7, July 2001.

Fiscal Policy in Open Cities with Firms and HouseholdsPDF
With Robert Inman
Regional Science and Urban Economics,Vol. 31, No. 2-3, April 2001
53 pages / 2.4 mb

Do Highways Matter? Evidence and Policy Implications of Highways' Influence on Metropolitan DevelopmentPDFOFFSITE
With Marlon Boarnet
Brookings Institution Discussion Paper,August 2000
37 pages / 87 kb

The Paradox of Infrastructure InvestmentOFFSITE
Brookings Review,Vol. 18, No. 3, Summer 2000

New Estimates of the Impact of EDA Public Works Program Investments
Economic Development Quarterly,Vol. 13, No. 4, November 1999, pp. 371-382

State Infrastructure and the Geography of Employment
Growth and Change,Vol. 30, Fall 1999, pp. 549-566

Regional Fiscal Cooperation in Metropolitan Areas: An Exploration
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management,Vol. 18, No. 4, Fall 1999, pp. 579-600

Aggregate production functions, interregional equilibrium, and the measurement of infrastructure productivity
Journal of Urban Economics,Vol. 44, No. 2, September 1998, pp. 216-227

Local Capital Spending in US Metropolitan Areas
Public Works Management & Policy,Vol. 3, No. 1, July 1998, pp. 73-91

Central City Infrastructure Investment and Suburban House Values
Regional Science and Urban Economics,Vol. 27, No.2, 1997

After the Fall: Fiscal Policy in New York since 1974
Proceedings of the Eighty-Ninth Annual Conference on Taxation, National Tax Association,1997

Infrastructure, Wages and Land Prices
Chapter 6 of Infrastructure and the Complexity of Economic Development, D. Batten and C. Karlsson eds., Berlin: Springer Verlag, 1996

Transportation, Land Use and Growth
Final Report submitted to University Transportation Research Center, Region II,August 1996

Review of "Rebuilding the Inner City: A History of Neighborhood Initiatives to Address Poverty in the United States"
By Robert Halpern, Political Science Quarterly,Vol. 111, No. 1, 1996

Regional Science, Regional Scientists, and Policy
International Regional Science Review, Vol. 18, No. 2, 1995

Automated Highway Systems Institutional Issues
With Nathan Scovronick and Jameson Doig
Presented to Federal Highway Administration, September 1994

Review of "Industry Location and Public Policy"
With Michael L. Lahr
Edited by H. Herzog and A. Schlottmann, Journal of Regional Science, February 1992

Review of "Escalating Land Values: Causes and Consequences for the 1980s"
Journal of Regional ScienceEdited by Benjamin Chinitz, February 1991

Federal Aid to State and Local Governments in the 1980s
With Charles J. Richardson
Public Budgeting and Finance,Winter 1987

Andrew Haughwout's CVPDFThe views expressed in the papers listed on this page are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the position of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York or the Federal Reserve System.